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's most popular. we redesigned her website too. she's using google analytics now and shifted advertising to sites which pay off. and erica signed up for an online booking system we recommended. she now spends less time on the phone and more time running her business. it also helped her experiment with different rates for different times of the year and gauge specific room popularity. all of this has results in an increase in bookings. >>> it's time now to answer some of your business questions. jeffrey and mike are with us once again. the first one is a question about marketing your business. >> since i purchased this franchise, i've been bombarded from numerous companies promoting their marketing our services. how do you pick a good marketing company? >> well, the first question is do you pick a marketing company, right? and then how. >> yeah, i think you can and you should but you ask for referrals. most people ask for referrals. of course you given the three best. give your oldest, your newest, and someone who didn't. >> this guy's in the franchise. maybe you should go to the franchis
peal run google and it's three or four and the rest of us give them massages? >> juliet is going to tell us how to solve all of this by working less right after the break. [ buzzing ] bye dad. drive safe. k. love you. [ chirping, buzzing continues ] [ horn honks ] [ buzzing continues ] [ male announcer ] the sprint drive first app. blocks and replies to texts while you drive. we can live without the &. visit sprint.com/drive. >>> hello from new york. i'm chris hayes. heather mcghee, karl smith, and also joining us via satellite is juliet schor. the conceptual category that we use to think about the economy, i think it's fair to say when the numbers come out and think about is the economy in the recession, growing a little, growing a lot, shrinking, that's the way we think about the economy and we're trying to zero in about what that means and what it misses and the subconcepts inside of it for good growth and bad growth. juliet, i first came about you when you wrote "the overworked americans" asking why americans work so much. and i was talking about an envision in which no one i
elizabeth that bridged the phone age to social networking and facebook and she's even a doodle on google. >> by the time she made her first televised christmas speech 55 years, the queen was already in the eyes of many britons, a monarch in the old and new. >> for those it's possible to see me today, it's another example of the speed of which things are changing all around us. >> reporter: more than ever at christmas she remains a symbol of longevity and tradition as the windsors look forward to kate's first child and heir to the throne at next year's christmas reunion. jim meceda, nbc news, london. >>> if you plan to head to the movie, you better make sure you have a little extra time because many of this season's blockbusters are clocking in at almost three hours. a report from hollywood. >> reporter: they are epic productions, earning oscar buzz. >> shall we stop this bleeding? >> reporter: this year's blockbusters have something else in common. you better block out three hours if you want to see one. as we approach the end of the year, hollywood's heavyweights are posting some hefty
lte. brain upgrading to a quad-core processor. predictive intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. be trading if dasher and dancer for a dumbo? elephants dressed in festive gear visited a group of school children to hand out holiday gifts. students jumped to catch presents and pet the reindeer who also danced for the audience. the visit was especially heartwarming as many locals lost their homes and belongings to a flood earlier this year. >>> here is your first look at some of the other news going around now. at homes, streets and churches were dotted with tens of thousands of luminaries christmas eve burning rightly in remembrance of the massacre. a total of 30,000 bags and candles were handed out in packs of 26 to honor each victim. some clever elves at the white house released time lapse video beginning a behind the scenes glimpse of all the prep work involved in decorating the mansion for the holidays. a total of 85 volunteers from across the country decked the halls with fruit, flow
intelligence with google now complete. introducing droid dna by htc. it's not an upgrade to your phone. it's an upgrade to yourself. >>> welcome back. this video gave us a chuckle. monkeys at a japanese zoo have found a new way to combat the cold, sitting around the campfire. monkeys flock to get their hands on the warm treats. >>> well the most pirated movie of 2012 is probably one you haven't seen, high school party project x, was illegally downloaded. runner-up includes mission impossible ghost protocol. >>> katie holmes' broadway show dead accounts, the show is closing seven weeks ahead of show. >>> academy award voting is online for the first time. a spokesman for the academy said issues are arising because members keep forgetting their pads words. >>> fontella bass has died at the age of 72. >>> finally, dallas star larry hagman will be appearing posthumous posthumous posthumously, he'll be playing a cost koe worker handing out free samples. >> i would be kind of dumb to the whole thing, i don't know what's going on. especially clueless. >>> this is "first look" on msnbc. way too ear
as agencies have wide discretion on who gets wiretapped. it includes a foreign group. it may be a google account, where they get information, if it turns out that was an american's account, if they didn't know at the time they were getting domestic intelligence, they said look, you're claiming we're -- not -- at risk, our civil liberties were not at risk, because you have this incredibly robust over sight, should not we have a rough estimate on how many american's communications are getting swept up in this data base, they said we can't do that, the reason we can't do it. it is secret. go to a secret room and read the reason why we can't do this. the public is not allowed to know. he also wanted to bar back door searches. the idea here is, because the authority is so broad they can essentially say we're going to intercept initially all communications between the u.s. and pakistan. and just sort of sift through them later to see what satisfies the criteria for being relevant to a terror investigation. so widen's idea here is look, if this is supposed to be the idea as you keep claiming, s
♪ green giant >>> santa claus is coming to town, and it's not just norad. google is now competing with the military tracking st. nick on their own site. with so many kids and so little time, that's no easy feat, and it kind of makes you wonder what could santa do differently to make his trip go faster? >> i don't think there's anything santa could do differently. >> a jet praen. >> do you think a jet plane could make it around the world in one night? answer me that question. >> did you see that kid's bed head all messed up there in the back? he is working major bed head. general andre vienne who joins from yous norad. it's great to have you with us, and let's talk about this because norad is now in competition with google. you guys used to be a partner. how is that affecting your tracking capabilities this year? >> i would say it's not affecting our tracking, but i would like to be -- to change what you just said. we're not in competition with anyone. our role and we've been doing that for more than 50 years, is to track santa and make sure that he has a safe and secure journey th
with a foreign target, which includes a foreign group. so might be a google g-mail account. as long as their purpose is to get information about al qaeda, they can do that, and if it turns out after the fact, that was an american's account, as lock as they din know at the time they were getting domestic communications, which, of course, you wouldn't, it's all legal and they can keep that in an enormous database indefinitely. and widen said, look, you are claiming we are not at risk. the civil liberties aren't at risk, then we shouldn't at bear minimum have some rough estimate of how many americans' communications are getting swept up? and the nfrp sa repeatedly said we can't do that, and the reason why is secret. so go to a secret room and read the reason why we can't do this. the public isn't allowed to know. he also wanted to bar back door searches. the idea, gwagain, because the authority is so broad, they can essentially say we will intercept all communications between the u.s. and yemen or pakistan and sift through them later to see what satisfies the criteria for being relevan
communications or surveillance with a foreign target, which includes a foreign group. so might be a google g-mail account. >>> as long as their purpose is to get information about al qaeda, they can do that. if that turps out after the fact oops it was an american's account. they can keep that in an nor mouse database and wyden said zej sensibly you are claiming our civil liberties aren't at risk because you have a robust oversight. shouldn't we at bare minimum have a rough stes estimate of how many americans communications are getting swept up in this database and the nsa repeatedly said essentially we can't do that and the reason we can't is secret. go to a secret room and read the reason why we can't do this. the public isn't allowed to know. he wanted to bar back door searches. the idea is because the authority is so broad they can essentially say we're just going to intercept, northeast initially all communications between the u.s. and pakistan and sift through them later and see what satisfies the criteria for being relevant to to a terror investigation. wyden's idea is if this is supp
alone, out trafficked. google plus, linked in and youtube since january, which is amazing. >> wow. the last stop on the "your business" makeover express was meeting with me to talk through their homework and get some answers to the big picture question the team asked earlier in the week. first, the name. denise suggested they change from "fancy new york" to nato new york or house of nato. >> we decided not to change the name. we feel very strongly that girls don't shop by brand name. >> our name would have been irrelevant to put into the logo itself. however, it's not to say that we shouldn't tweak the game. it will be changing from fancy new york to fancy bridal. >> we broke it down to who are the best-selling stores. out of the 22 stores, there are five of five of them that do th best work and do the best business that we pay no attention to. and they're going to be our focus. >> and manufacturing, how did it go? >> amazing. really, really amazing. so the sample that we saw to the die we brought two additional samples to the manufacturer. and immediately, right off the bat, she'
. on the serious -- some you were at least 16 at the time. >> at least. but we will count it and google it later. on this issue, you, of course, voted for the original assault weapons ban. some people said that was an issue in your house race which you did lose that we are definitely as -- ads run against you but it was '94. a lot of other issues in a wave election. what do you think about the politics of gun regulation, you as a longtime supporter, do you think senator feinstein can work with the president in january to make a change on what has been a frozen issue? >> well, i think, bill, you know, it is not -- as if there hasn't been discussion in the last -- since the ban lapsed. it is really the question now as to get movement in the congress and so i think talking about a comprehensive approach, talking about mental ill must as well, i think would help get the discussion going and in a broader sense and bring all of our colleagues along. >> and -- let's take a look at -- one point that has come up in the shift since these mass murders. there is a new poll out from gallup this week that sho
as they are, that's going to hit, but to your point it will hit everybody. you can just google and put in your own information, kids, house, whatever income. you can figure out exactly where you're going to get hit. let's hope we get a deal form the president is supposed to outline something you addressed, and also the a.m.t., which is quite possibly the most confusing aspect. both of my parents, by the way, are accountants, and i'm confused by it, and i work for cnbc. it's a confusing thing. go to the calculator. >> you should be a prodigy on this stuff, brian. >> yeah, like the outdated computer service. that's the closest analogy i can bring. >> there are so many american that is do live paycheck to paycheck that have this cash accounted for biweekly, monthly, and we have the milk cliff? if congress doesn't pass a farm bill an american staple could become a luxury? where milk is now, it should double? within the new year? >> it could. you say milk cliff or dairy cliff, it's easy to chuckle, but it is a serious topic. milk is a staple in every household. it has to do with the 1949 farm -- ye
following santa and his reindeer, but google earth is also tracking him. so you have a choice now. google or norad. which is using bing maps this year. we're not sure what maps santa uses. maybe we'll find out one of these days. we put a week's worth of bad odors in a home. some aerosols may just mix with them. can febreze really remove them? we asked real people what they thought. take a deep breath for me. describe the smell. it's very pleasant. fresh. some kind of flower maybe? remove the blindfold... awww, oh yuck! i didn't smell any of that! febreze air effects doesn't mix, it actually removes odors. [ laughs ] wow, that's incredible. just another way febreze helps you breathe happy. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended
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